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    Im in the process of comparing between different versions of a scene but I think it gets contrasty when exported to mpeg-2 highest settings. Anyone see this too?
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    Yes I suffer from this. It has been touched upon recently in this forum which indicated it could be due to the differences between studio RGB and computer RGB. I was told that if you un-tick "use colour management" on the preview device of the preferences or even play around with these setting, it might help. It did work a bit for me but not 100%. I have a feeling it is something to do with the way the codec works and the driver of the graphics card and possibly the monitor but to be honest I haven't found a real solution. I was also told by Tim that it has been discussed on the Sony Vegas forum so there might be something on there that might help you.

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    You should try rendering in SAVE AS TYPE: Sony AVC.........it'll give you a mp4 file.
    You could also try adjusting your Preview settings.....cuase the higher quality file should match your screen the closest. I used to render to mpeg, my project properties was in HD, for DVD and I noticed it would be more FLAT/LESS CONTRAST.

    MP4 doesnt give me that problem.

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    I used to render to mpeg, my project properties was in HD, for DVD and I noticed it would be more FLAT/LESS CONTRAST.
    So your saying you had the opposite problem ? That's interesting. I've tried mpg4 but could never get a satisfactory result from it. I know others like it but I just can't get the clarity from it that I get with mpeg2. This could be something to do with the format of my original footage but I'm just guessing.

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